Bridlewood Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) Information Service
Extensive Bibliography on Electromagnetic Fields and Health
Compiled by: Richard W. Woodley
    Books, Brochures/Pamphlets, Etc.

  1. Adey, W. R., "Collective properties of cell membranes, In: Interaction Mechanisms of Low-Level Electromagnetic Fields in Living Systems", B. Norden, & C. Ramel, eds. Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Oxford University Press, pp. 47-77, 1989.

  2. Adey, W. R., "ELF magnetic fields and promotion of cancer: experimental studies", In Interaction Mechanisms of Low-Level Electromagnetic Fields in Living Systems, B. Norden, & C. Ramel, eds. Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Oxford University Press, pp. 23-46, 1989.

  3. Adey, W. R., "Physiological signalling across cell membranes and cooperative influences of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields", In: H. Frohlich, ed., Biological Coherence and Response to External Stimuli, Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag, pp. 148-170, 1988.

  4. Allen, M.J., S.F. Cleary, & F.M. Hawkridge, Charge and Field Effects in Biosystems--2, Plenum Press, New York, NY, 389 pp., 1989.

  5. Andersson, M., Case histories of people who are hypersensitive to electricity, where exposure to low level high frequency electromagnetic fields from electrical equipment has been said to trigger symptoms, LIBEREL, Sweden, 1998.

  6. Andersson, M., Hypersensitivity to Electricity, LIBEREL, Sweden, 1998.

  7. Asanova, T.P., & A.I. Rakov, "The State of Health of Persons Working in Electric Field of Outdoor 400 and 500 kV Switchyards", Hygiene of Labour and Professional Diseases, translation by G.G. Knickerbocker, Special Publication No. 10 of the IEEE Power Engineering Society, 1966.

  8. Barnothy, M.F., ed., Biological Effects of Magnetic Fields, Plenum Press, New York, NY, 1969.

  9. Beal, James, Bioelectromagnetics: 1998 Health Effects Update, 113 pgs, edited by James Beal, P.O. Box 2112, Wimberley, TX 78676-7012. Phone: 512-847-3076, 1998.

  10. Beal, James, How You Can Avoid or Eliminate Pulsing Electric or Magnetic Fields Wthin Your Home and Bedroom, EMF Interface Consulting, 5500 Prytania, #406, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA, E-mail: EMFEFFECTS@aol.com.

  11. Becker, Robert O., & Gary Seldon, The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life, William Morrow and Company, Inc., New York, NY, 1985.

  12. Becker, Robert, O., Brain Pollution, Stop Sanguine/ELF Committee, R.R. No. 2, Box 1660, Ashland WI, 54806.

  13. Becker, Robert O., Cross Currents: The Perils of Electropollution, The Promise of Electromedicine, Jeremy P. Tarcher Inc., Los Angeles, CA, 336 pp., 1990.

  14. Becker, Robert O., & Andrew A. Marino, Electromagnetism and Life, SUNY Press, Albany, NY, 1982.

  15. Bennett, William Ralph Jr., Health and LowFrequency Electromagnetic Fields," Yale University Press, 1994.

  16. Blank, M., ed., Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine: Review and Research Papers Presented at the First World Congress for Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, San Francisco Press, San Francisco California, 1993.

  17. Blank, Martin, & Eugene Findl, eds., Mechanistic Approaches to Interactions of Electric and Electromagnetic Fields with Living Systems, Plenum Press, New York, NY, 444 pp., 1987.

  18. Brodeur, Paul, Currents of Death: Power Lines, Computer Terminals and the Attempt to Cover Up Their Threat to Your Health, Simon and Schuster, New York, NY, 333 pp., 1989.

  19. Brodeur, Paul, The Great Power-Line Cover-Up: How the Utilities and the Government Are Trying to Hide the Cancer Hazards Posed by Electromagnetic Fields, Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Mass., 326 pp., 1993

  20. Brodeur, Paul, The Zapping of America: Microwaves, Their Deadly Risk and the Cover-Up, Norton, New York, N.Y., 1977.

  21. Carpenter, David O. ed., Biologic Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields, (2 volume set). ISBN: 0121602605, Academic Press, Orlando, 1995.

  22. Casper, Barry M., and Paul David Wellstone, Powerline: The First Battle in America's Energy War, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, Mass., 1981.

  23. Cell Tower Information Package, 450 pages, EMR Alliance, 1997.

  24. Cheston, Warren B., Elementary Theory of Electric and Magnetic Fields, 1964.

  25. Chiabrera, A., C. Nicolini, & H.P. Schwan, eds., Interactions Between Electromagnetic Fields and Cells, Plenum Press, New York, NY, 640 pp., 1985.

  26. Coghill, Roger, Electropollution: How To Protect Yourself from It, Thorsons Publishing Group, Wellingborough, U.K., 192 pp., 1990.

  27. Cold Type Organizing Committee, Don't Sit Too Close to the TV: VDTs/CRTs and Radiation, Box 40, Jerome Ave. Station, Bronx, NY, 10468.

  28. Confederation of Swedish Trade Unions, Cancer and Magnetic Fields at the Workplace, booklet, 1994.

  29. CRC handbook of biological effects of electromagnetic fields, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fla., 1986.

  30. Czerski, P., "Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Electric Fields: Biological Effects and Health Risk Assessment", Non Ionizing Radiations: Physical Characteristics, Biological Effects and Health Hazard Assessment, M.H. Repacholi, ed., pp. 255-271, International Radiation Protection Association, Australian Radiation Laboratory, Yallambie, Victoria, Australia, 1988.

  31. Davis, J.G., et al., Health Effects of Low-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields, Oak Ridge Associated Universities, 1992.

  32. Doll, R., et al., Electromagnetic Fields and the Risk of Cancer, National Radiation Protection Board, United Kingdom, 1992.

  33. Dumanskiy, Y.D., & M.G. Sandala, "The biologic action and hygienic significance of electromagnetic fields of superhigh and ultrahigh frequencies in densely populated area", Biologic Effects and Health Hazards of Microwave Radiation, pp. 289-293, Polish Medical Publishers, Warsaw, Poland, 1974.

  34. Dutta, S.K., & R. M.Millis, eds., Biological effects of electropollution: Brain Tumors and Experimental Models, Information Ventures, Inc.

  35. Electric Power Research Institute, Electric and Magnetic Field Fundamentals: An EMF Health Effects Research Paper, EPRI, Palo Alto, CA, March 1994.

  36. Electric Power Research Institute, EPRI Resource Papers on EMF, EPRI, Palo Alto, CA.

  37. Electric Power Research Institute, Transmission Line Reference Book 345 kV and Above, Second Edition, Chapter 8, EPRI, Palo Alto, CA, 1982.

  38. EMF Grassroots Handbook - A Guide For EMF Activists, National EMR Alliance, 1994.

  39. EMF Hazard Free School Zone Package, National EMR Alliance, 1994.

  40. Fisher, P.B., "Enhancement of viral transformation and expression of transformed phenotype by tumor promotors", Mechanisms of Tumor Promotion, Vol. III, Tumor promotion and carcinogenesis in vitro, pp. 58-123, T.J. Slaga, ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1984.

  41. Foster, Kenneth R. "Health Effects of Video Display Terminals", Phantom Risk: Scientific Inference and the Law, MIT Press, (in press, 1991).

  42. Foster, Kenneth R., "Power Line Fields: A Cancer Connection?", Phantom Risk: Scientific Inference and the Law, MIT Press, (in press, 1991).

  43. Foster, Kenneth R., Phantom Risk: Scientific Inference and the Law, MIT Press, (in press, 1991).

  44. Franceschetti, Giorgio, Om P. Gandhi, & Martino Grandolfo, eds., Electromagnetic Biointeraction: Mechanisms, Safety Standards, Protection Guides, Plenum Press, New York, NY, 223 pp., 1989.

  45. Frey, Allan H., On the Nature of Electromagnetic Field Interactions with Biological Systems, CRC Press, 1994.

  46. Frohlich, H., "Coherent excitation in active biological systems", In: Modern Bioelectrochemistry, F. Gutmann, & H. Keyzer, eds., New York: Plenum. pp. 241-261, 1986.

  47. Gandhi, Om P., ed., Biological Effects and Medical Applications of Electromagnetic Energy, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ., 573 pp., 1990.

  48. Good, Roland Hamilton, Classical Theory of Electric and Magnetic Fields, 1971.

  49. Grandolfo, M. et al., Biological Effects and Dosimetry of Static and ELF Electromagnetic Fields, Plenum Press, New York London, 1990.

  50. Grant, Lucinda, Electrical Sensitivity Handbook, The: How Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) Are Making People Sick, Electrical Sensitivity Network, Weldon Publishing, Prescott, Arizona, 1996.

  51. Gupta, Derek, Andrea Attanasio, & Russel Reiter, eds., The Pineal Gland and Cancer, Brain Research Promotion, London, U.K., 1988.

  52. Gutmann, F. & H. Keyzer, eds. Modern Bioelectrochemistry, New York: Plenum Press, 1986.

  53. Hauf, R., "Electric and magnetic fields at power frequencies, with particular reference to 50 and 60 Hz", Nonionizing Radiation Protection, pp. 175-197, M.J. Suess, ed., World Health Organization, 1982.

  54. HEMCO, How to Reduce Your Exposure to ELF Magnetic Fields, Hanover, booklet, 44 pp., N.Y., (1991?).

  55. Hitchcock, R. T., & R. M. Patterson, "Biological Effects of Radiofrequency Fields", in Radiofrequency and ELF Electromagnetic Energies, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995.

  56. Hofmann, H., Reduction Of Stray Currents & Magnetic Fields In Underground Transmission & Distribution Systems, Austin Electric Utility, Austin, TX, 1993.

  57. Horton, William F., & Saul Goldberg, Power Frequency Magnetic Fields and Public Health, 276 pp., CRC Press, 1995.

  58. Hughes, Marija Matich, Computer Health Hazards, Hughes Press, Washington, D.C.

  59. Hughes, Marija Matich, Computers, Antennas, Cellular Telephones and Power Line Health Hazards, Hughes Press, Washington, D.C., 1996.

  60. Hypersensitive To Electricity, booklet, Swedish Union For Clerical And Technical Employees In Industry (SIF) 1996.

  61. Kinnard, William N., Jr., EMF and the Eighth Deadly Sin: The Literature on Property Value Impacts from Proximity toHigh-Voltage Transmission Lines Since 1994", Center for Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies, University of Connecticut, March 1996.

  62. Konig, H.L., "Behavioral changes in human subjects associated with ELF electric fields", ELF and VLF Electromagnetic Field Effects, pp. 81-100, M.A. Persinger, ed., Plenum Press, New York, NY, 1974.

  63. Kornberg, H., & L. Sagan, Biological effects of high-voltage fields, An update, Vol. 1, Electric Power Research institute, 1979.

  64. Kulczycki, J., Basis of Electromagnetic Hygiene, Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc., (1994?).

  65. Kuster, Neils, Quirino Balzano & James Lin, eds., Mobile Communications Safety, 279 pp., Chapman & Hall (London, Weinheim, New York, Tokyo, Melbourne, Madras), 1997.

  66. Lai, H., "Neurological effects of microwave irradiation, in Advances in Electromagnetic Fields in Living Systems, Vol. 1", J.C. Lin (ed.), Plenum Press, New York, 1994.

  67. Lai, H.; Horita, A.; Chou, C.K.; Guy, A.W. , "Naloxone-blockable, classically conditionable hyperthermia in the rat after microwave exposure", in Homeostasis and Thermal Stress: Experimental and Therapeutic Advances, Cooper et al. (eds.), Karger, Basel, 1986.

  68. Landsbergis, Paul, & Eric Scherzer, A Worker's Guide to Electromagnetic Radiation, booklet, Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers (OCAW) Union 8 Resource Centre, 1155 W. Chestnut St., Union, NJ, 07083, 1990.

  69. Lee, Jack M., et al., Electrical and Biological Effects of Transmission Lines: A Review, Bonnevile Power, 1996.

  70. Lee, J. M., F. Stormshak, J. Thompson, D. L. Hess, & S. Hefeneider, “Studies on melatonin, cortisol, progesterone. and interleukin-1 in sheep exposed to EMF from a 500-kV transmission line” In: R. G. Stevens, B. W. Wilson, & L E. Anderson, eds., The melatonin hypothesis - Breast cancer and use of electric power, Columbus. Battelle Press, 391-427, 1997.

  71. Llaurado, J. & Sances, A., et al., Biologic & Clinical Effects of Low-Frequency Magnetic & Electric Fields, Springfield, IL, Chas. C. Thomas Publishing Co., 1974.

  72. Levitt, B. Blake, Electromagnetic Fields: A Consumer's Guide to the Issues and How to Protect Ourselves, 1st ed., 432 pp., Harcourt Brace, San Diego CA,.

  73. LIBEREL, Working Environment For People and Computers, Sweden, 1998.

  74. Liboff, A. R., "Cyclotron resonance in membrane transport", In: Interactions Between Electromagnetic Fields and Cells, New York: Plenum Press. pp. 281-296, 1985.

  75. Liburdy, R. P., & W. Loscher, “Laboratory studies on extremely low frequency (50-60Hz) magnetic fields and carcinogenesis”, In: R. G. Stevens, B. W. Wilson, & L E. Anderson, eds., The melatonin hypothesis - Breast cancer and use of electric power, Columbus. Battelle Press, 58-67, 1997.

  76. Lin, James (Ed.), Advances in Electromagnetic Fields in Living Systems, Plenum Press 1994, New York.

  77. Lin, James C., ed., Electromagnetic Interaction with Biological Systems, Plenum Press, New York, NY, 300 pp., 1989.

  78. Llaurado, J.G., & A. Sances Jr., eds., Biological and Clinical Effects of Low Frequency Magnetic and Electric Fields, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield IL, 1974.

  79. Loscher, W., & M. Mevissen, “Magnetic fields and breast cancer: Experimental studies on the melatonin hypothesis”, In: R. G. Stevens, B. W. Wilson, & L E. Anderson, eds., The melatonin hypothesis - Breast cancer and use of electric power, Columbus. Battelle Press, 555-584, 1997.

  80. Luben, R.A. "Bone as an ELF sensitive target tissue", Appendix E of Technical Report No. 89-3, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, Washington, DC (33 manuscript pages), In press, anticipated publication date 1997.

  81. Luben, R.A. "Effects of electromagnetic fields on bone in vivo", Section of Chapter 4 for National Research Council (National Academy of Sciences) report on Possible Health Effects of Low Energy Nonionizing Electromagnetic Radiation, (18 manuscript pages), In press, Fall 1996.

  82. Luben, R.A. "Effects of electromagnetic fields on in vitro systems", Section of Chapter 3 for National Research Council (National Academy of Sciences) report on Possible Health Effects of Low Energy Nonionizing Electromagnetic Radiation. (24 manuscript pages), In press, Fall 1996.

  83. Luben, R.A., "Effects of low energy electromagnetic fields (EMF) on signal transduction by G protein linked receptors", In: Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, pp. 57-62, Martin Blank, ed., San Francisco Press 1993.

  84. Luben R.A., "In vitro systems for study of electromagnetic effects on bone and connective tissue", In: Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields, Vol. 2, pp. 103-119, David O. Carpenter and Sinerik Ayrapetyan, eds., Academic Press, 1994.

  85. Luben, R.A.. "Membrane mediated biochemical signal transduction processes. Chapter 3 of Technical Report No.89-3, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, Washington, DC, (47 manuscript pages), In press, anticipated publication date 1997.

  86. Luben, R.A., "Membrane signal transduction and the cellular effects of nonionizing electromagnetic fields", In: Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields: Issues in Biological Effects and Public Health, D.Sliney, ed. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement, Washington, DC, (36 MS pages), In press, Fall 1996.

  87. Luben, R.A., "Membrane signal transduction as a site of electromagnetic field actions in bone and other tissues", In: On the Nature of Electromagnetic Field Interactions with Biological Systems, PP. 83-99, A.H. Frey, ed., R.G. Landes Co., Austin, TX., 1994.

  88. Luben, R.A., "Membrane signal transduction mechanisms and biological effects of low energy electromagnetic fields", In: Electromagnetic Fields: Biological Interactions and Mechanisms, pp. 437-450, M. Blank, ed. American Chemical Society Books, New York, 1995.

  89. Lundquist, Marjorie, A Basis for Evaluating Environmental Impact Statements for Electric Power Transmission Lines with Respect to the Assessment of Potential EMF Health Hazard, Bio-Electro-Magnetics Institute, Reno, Nevada, May 1997.

  90. Lundquist, Marjorie, Cellular Telephones and Cellular Towers: Guidelines for Cancer Prevention, 1996.

  91. Lyskov, Y.I., Y.S. Emma, & M.D. Stolyarov, "The factors of electrical fields that have an influence on a human", Three Russian Papers on EHV UHF Transmission Line and Substation Design, Uhi Hall and Rich. Division of Charles T. Main Inc., Boston, MA, 1975.

  92. Marha, Karel, Jan Musil & Hana Tuha, Electromagnetic Fields and the Life Environment, English translation: San Francisco Press, Inc., San Francisco, California, 1971.

  93. Marino, Andrew A., ed., Modern Bioelectricity, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY, 1136 pp., 1988.

  94. Marino, Andrew A. & Joel Ray, The Electric Wilderness, San Francisco Press, San Francisco, CA, 120 pp. 1986.

  95. Matteo, Bob de., Terminal Shock The health hazard of video terminals, ISBN 0-920053-87-4.

  96. Merritt, J.H., Hartzell, R.H. and Frazer, J.W., "The effect of 1.6 GHz radiation on neurotransmitters in discrete areas of the rat brain", in Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Waves, Vol. 1, C.C. Johnson and M.C. Shore, eds., HEW Publication (FDA) 77-8010, Rockville, MD, 1976.

  97. Microwave News, EMF Resource Directory.

  98. Milburn, Michael and Maren Oelbermann. Electromagnetic Fields and Your Health, New Star Books, Vancouver, B.C., 1994.

  99. Morgan, M.G., Electric and Magnetic Fields from 60 Hertz Electric Power: What Do We Know About Possible Health Risks?, brochure, 45 pp., Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 1989.

  100. Morgan, M.G., Measuring Power Frequency Fields, brochure, 25 pp., Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 1992.

  101. Morgan, M.G. What Can We Conclude from Measurements of Power Frequency Fields?, brochure, 45 pp., Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 1993.

  102. National Electrical Manufacturers Association (United States), Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields, brochure, 1991.

  103. Navakatikian, M. A., & L.A. Tomashevskaya, "Phasic Behavioral and Endocrine Effects of Microwaves of Nonthermal Intensity", in Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Field,. Volume 1, Carpenter, D.O. & Ayrapetyan, S, editors, Academic Press, Inc., New York, 1994.

  104. New York Labour Institute, Electromagnetic Fields, workbook, (1994).

  105. New York Labor Institute, Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs): A Training Workbook for Working People, 66 pp., 1995.

  106. New York Labour Institute, Electromagnetic Fields in The Modern Office, (1994).

  107. Norden, B., & C. Ramel, eds., Interaction Mechanisms of Low Level Electromagnetic Fields in Living Systems, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Oxford University Press, 1989.

  108. Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Health Effects of Low-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields, 1993.

  109. O'Connor, M.E., R.H.C. Bentall, & J.C. Monahan, eds., Emerging Electromagnetic Medicine, Springer-Verlag, New York, NY, 307 pp., 1990.

  110. O'Connor, Mary Ellen, & Richard H. Lovely, eds., Electromagnetic Fields and Neurobehavioral Function, (Progress in Clinical and Biological Research, Volume 257), Alan R. Liss Inc., New York, NY, 416 pp., 1987

  111. Ontario Hydro, Electric and Magnetic Fields and Human Health Research, brochure.

  112. Ontario Public Service Employees Union, The Hazards of VDTs, 1901 Yonge St., Toronto, Ont.

  113. P.A.C.E., Inc., The ELF Factor, P.A.C.E., Inc., Hull, Que., 1986.

  114. Paris, D.T., & F.K. Hurd, Basic Electromagnetic Theory, McGraw Hill, 1969.

  115. Persinger, M.A., ed., ELF and VLF Electromagnetic Field Effects, Plenum Press, New York, NY, 1974.

  116. Pierpaoli, W. & Regelson, W., Melatonin Miracle: Nature's Age-Reversing, Disease-Fighting, Sex-Enhancing Hormone, Simon & Schuster, New York, 1995.

  117. Pinsky, Mark A., The EMF Book: What You Should Know About Electromagnetic Fields and Electromagnetic Radiation, New York, Warner Books, 1995.

  118. Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc., Bioeffects of Weak Electromagnetic Fields - a selected annotated bibliography of atomic, molecular, cellular, organic and whole organism level effects, current through May 1994.

  119. Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc., International Electromagnetics Directory - Who, What, Where in EMF research, manufacturing, consulting and lobbying, (1994?).

  120. Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc., Newsletter, Vol.7 No.23 deals with remedial and avoidance practices possible for EMF inside houses and buildings, (1994?).

  121. Poch, David, Radiation Alert, (includes chapter on electromagnetic radiation) (1990?).

  122. Polk, Charles, & Elliot Postow, eds., CRC Handbook of Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 272 pp., 1986.

  123. Popp, Fritz-Albert, et al., eds., Electromagnetic Bio-Information, 2nd. edition, Urban & Schwarzenberg, Baltimore, MD, 259 pp., 1989.

  124. Prata, Stephen, EMF Handbook, Understanding and Controlling Electromagnetic Fields in Your Life, the Waite Group Press, 1993.

  125. Presman, Aleksandr Samuilovic, Electromagnetic fields and life, New York 1970.

  126. Reiter, R. & Robinson, J., Melatonin: Breakthrough Discoveries That Can Help You, Bantam Books, New York, 1995.

  127. Repacholi, M.H., "Health risk assessment of static and ELF electric and magnetic fields (0-300 Hz)", Biological effects and dosimetry of static and ELF electromagnetic fields, M. Grandolfo, S. Michaelson & A. Rindi, eds., Plenum Press, New York, NY, 1985.

  128. Repacholi, Michael, ed., International Non-Ionizing Radiation Committee, Non-Ionizing Radiations: Physical Characteristics, Biological Effects and Health Hazard Assessment, book, available from Australian Radiation Lab, Lower Plenty Rd., Yallambie, Victoria, 3085, Australia, April 1988.

  129. Riley, Karl., Tracing EMFs in Building Wiring and Grounding: A Practical Guide for Reducing AC Magnetic Fields Produced by Building Wiring and Grounding Practices, Magnetic Sciences International, 1995.

  130. Sagan, L., Electric and Magnetic Fields: Invisible Risks, Gordon and Breach, Amsterdam, 1996.

  131. Savitz, D.A., & A. Ahlbom, "Epidemiologic evidence on cancer in relation to residential and occupational exposures", Biologic Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields, D.O. Carpenter, ed., Academic Press, Orlando, (in press, 1992).

  132. Schwan, Herman, Biological Effects of Non-Ionizing Radiations: Cellular Properties and Interactions, lecture delivered at the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) Annual Meeting, booklet, NCRP Publications, 7910 Woodmont Ave., Suite 1016, Bethesda, MD, 20814, 1986.

  133. Sheppard, A.R., & M. Eisenbud, Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields of Extremely Low Frequency, New York University Press, New York, NY, 1977.

  134. Silvester, O., Modern Electromagnetic Fields, 1968.

  135. Slaga, T.J., "Mechanisms involved in two stage carcinogenesis in mouse skin", Mechanisms of Tumor Promotion, Vol. II, Tumor Promotion and Skin Carcinogenesis, pp. 1-16, T.J. Slaga, ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1984.

  136. Slaga, T.J., ed., Mechaniams of Tumor Promotion, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1984.

  137. Smith, Cyril W., & Simon Best, Electromagnetic Man: Health & Hazard in the Electrical Environment, J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., London, U.K., 344 pp., 1989.

  138. Stazer, Alan K., EMF Fact Sheet, 6th Annual Spring CLE & Committee Meeting, American Bar Association, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, May, 1995

  139. Steneck, N.H., Risk/Benefit Analysis: The Microwave Case, San Francisco Press, San Francisco, CA, 1982.

  140. Steneck, N.H., The Microwave Debate, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1984.

  141. Stevens, Richard, Bary Wilson & Larry Anderson, eds., The Melatonin Hypothesis - breast cancer and the use of electric power, 776 pp., Batttelle Press, 1997.

  142. Stigliani, Joan, Computer User's Survival Guide, The, O"Reilly & Associates, 1995.

  143. Suess, M.J., ed., Nonionizing Radiation Protection, World Health Organization 1982.

  144. Sugarman, Ellen, WARNING: The Electricity Around You May Be Hazardous to Your Health - How to Protect Yourself from Electromagnetic Fields, A Fireside Book, Simon & Schuster, New York, 238 pp., 1992. (revised 1997)

  145. Swarthout, Glen Martin, Electromagnetic Field Pollution and Solutions, Remission Foundation, 1991.

  146. Swedish Union for Clerical and Technical Employees in Industry (SIF), Electrical Hypersensitivity Among Members of SIF, Member Study Final Report, 1993.

  147. Swedish Union of Clerical and Technical Employees in Industry (SIF), Hypersensitive in IT (Information Technology) environments: Information concerning problems caused by hypersensitivity to electricity. Facts and advice to members of SIF, 1997.

  148. Szmigielski S., M. Bielec, S. Lipski, & G. Sokolska, "Immunologic and cancer-related aspects of exposure to low level microwave and radiofrequency fields", Modern Bioelectricity, pp. 861-925, Andrew A. Marino, Marcel Dekker Inc., 1988.

  149. Tarkan, Laurie, Electromagnetic Fields - What You Need to Know to Protect Your Health, Bantam Books, (1993/1994?).

  150. Takashima, Shiro, & Elliot Postow (eds.), The Interaction of accoustical and electromagnetic fields with biological systems: a collection of papers from the symposium honoring Professor Schwan, Herman P. on the occasion of his 65th birthday, Philadelphia, November 24 and 25, 1980, New York A.R. Liss cop. 1982.

  151. Tennessee Valley Public Power Association, Reference Manual, 213pp, American Public Power Association, Washington, D.C., 213 pp., (1991?).

  152. Tjänstemännens Central Organization (TCO), Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees, Screen Facts, TCO Information Center, Chicago, 1994.

  153. United States EMF RAPID Program (Electric and Magnetic Fields Research and Public Information Dissemination Program), EMF In The Workplace, booklet, 1996.

  154. Van Bladel, J., Electromagnetic Fields, Hemisphere Publishing Corp., New York, NY, 556 pp., 1985.

  155. Walborg, E. F., Jr., Extremely Low Frequency EMF & Cancer, National Electrical Manufacturers Assoc., 2101 L Street, N.W., Suite 300, Washington D.C. 20037, 202/457-6400.

  156. Wever, R., "ELF effects on human circadian rhythms", ELF and VLF Electromagnetic Field Effects, M.A. Persinger, ed., Plenum Press, New York, NY, 1974.

  157. Wilson, B.W., R.G. Stevens, & L.E. Anderson, eds., Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields: The Question of Cancer, Battele Press, Columbus, Ohio, 382 pp., 1989.

  158. Woodley, Richard W., Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee, Electromagnetic Radiation and Human Health: A Perspective for the Visions 2020 Program, Public Focus, Toronto, Ont., 1990.

  159. Young, L.B., Power Over People, Oxford University Press, London, England, 1973; updated edition, 1992.

  160. Your Community Guide to Cellular Phone Towers, booklet, EMR Alliance & Communications Workers of America (CWA)1996.

  161. Yupsa, S.H., "Tumor promotion in epidermal cells in culture", Mechanisms of Tumor Promotion, Vol. III: Tumor Promotion and Carcinogenesis in Vitro, pp. 1-12, T.J. Slaga, ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1984.

  162. Zahn, M., Electromagnetic Field Theory, John Wiley, New York, NY, 1979.

  163. Zimmerman, J. & Rogers, V., "Biomagnetic Fields as External Evidence of Electromagnetic Bio-information," in Electromagnetic Bio-Information, Edited by Fritz Popp, et. al., Urban & Schwarzenberg, München-Wien-Baltimore, pp 226-237, 1990.

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